The mask of anti-Cuba policy

 

In the actual U.S government highlight millions projecting a stream of companies from third countries that have had business dealings with the island fines.

The persecution to those relate to Cuba seems to be the favorite hobby of officials from the Departments of State and Treasury, engaged in an unfair shake belt around our borders.

The blockade, the damn blockade cost us billions, is now tighter than ever, but also during the Obama mandate policy against Cuba has gone much further.

It was during the Obama administration that Alan Gross was arrested in Havana with telecommunications equipment that entered the country illegally and under instructions from USAID.

Also the U.S. Agency for International Development, an agency of the U.S. government, was the developer of software for creating social networks with a view to creating a climate of subversion.

But if anyone doubted the bitter attitude toward Cuba, sure those hesitations came down with the recent arrest of four terrorists who came from Miami with the avowed objective of attacking military installations.

Blockade, subversion and terrorism are new pillars of a policy that ultimately seeks to eliminate the socio- political system of Cuba, although it is now disguised as “Soft power”.

Translated by: Daysi Olano

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